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Friday, April 28, 2017

MES students travel the Oregon Trail

Two fifth grade classes at Marlinton Elementary School are taking an imaginary 2,100 mile trip in covered wagons. The journey begins in Arkansas with a plan to arrive in Oregon in six months. Each...

GBO hosts art show

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer The Green Bank Observatory hosted a special art show last Friday, featuring the work of teacher Alison Flegel’s Green Bank Elementary-Middle School art class. Flegel challenged the students to build 3D models...

Two PCHS sophomores selected for HOBY

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer   Each year, sophomores from all across West Virginia are selected to participate in HOBY – the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership camp. This year Noah Barkley, of Boyer, and Kyle Cohenour, of Frank,...

Students share knowledge at Social Studies Fair

The Pocahontas County Schools Social Studies Fair was held Monday at Pocahontas County High School. Students in grades four through eight presented projects in the categories of Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, State and Local...

GBEMS hosts annual Battle of the Books

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Green Bank Elementary Middle School hosted the third annual Battle of the Books for Pocahontas County last Friday. Teams from Marlinton, Hillsboro and Green Bank schools gathered to test their wits against...

Students shine at Social Studies Fair

Students shared their knowledge in the categories of anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology, sociology, state, U.S. and world history, at the county socials studies fair March 8 at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory...

Exchange students broaden horizons

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Pocahontas County High School has welcomed two new members to the student body – Seungju “Julia” Lee, of South Korea; and Juan Pinto, of Columbia. While the students come from very different backgrounds,...